Saturday, December 7th 2019

Students Showcase Creativity and Curiosity at Research Slam

Hannah Maerowitz Staff Writer Microbes, stem cells, fish dissections, and Kanizsa objects — all presented on in two hours. These were just some of the research foci...

Profile: Daniel Newman-Lessler, New Conductor of UCSB’s Chamber Choir

Hannah Maerowitz Science & Tech Editor Freshly graduated from the University of Southern California with his masters of music in sacred music, Daniel Newman-Lessler has already...

The City is Bigger than You Know

SB City walk organizes to educate students about issues facing the Santa Barbara community

William T. Vollmann – Forever a Suspect

Lexi Weyrick Staff Writer Photos by Diane Ng The Interdisciplinary Humanities Center put on an event in their current series, “The Value of Care,” on Wednesday, Nov....

UCSB Bike Culture is Vibrant, But Unsafe

When I started packing for college, I hesitated the longest over one thing.

4 I.V. Housing Tips for the New Year

Gwendolyn Wu Executive Content Editor The first week of winter quarter is supposed to be stress-free. Although syllabus week ends about 20 minutes into class and...

The Hunting Ground Documentary Sheds Light On Campus Assault, Litigation

Miguel Rodriguez Staff Writer On college campuses, sexual assault is both a hot-button topic and a serious issue. However, this is not an easy subject to...

FeelGood Group’s Grub Gala to Combat World Hunger

FeelGood Santa Barbara, the youth movement designed to “end world hunger, one

Lecturer Advises, Time to Get Back to the Good Life

Everyone deserves a good life, at least according to

IV Screenprinting Entrepreneur: Garrett Gerstenberger

Kerry Beeman Writer Before the completion of his Business Economics or Film and Media Studies major, Garrett Gerstenberger already had something incredible to put on...